SA's COVID-19 cases rise to 274
This represents an increase of 34 from Saturday’s announcement of 240 cases.
JOHANNESBURG - Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced that South Africa now has 274 confirmed cases of COVID-19, representing an increase of 34 from Saturday’s announcement of 240 cases.
The Eastern Cape now has 2 cases, the Free State 9, Gauteng 132, KwaZulu-Natal 36, Limpopo 1, Mpumalanga 6, and the Western Cape at 88, making for a total of 274.
The majority of cases are men at 170 patients, while female patients account for 104 cases.
READ: The Health Ministry statement